Taking a look back at 2018, below is a round up of our top 5 blog posts of the year.
One of the great leveling factors of cloud technology is the ability for small companies and individuals to do things that used to require the support of a larger organization’s infrastructure. One of the most powerful yet simple of these technologies is ad hoc querying offered by Amazon Athena.
If you have been involved with web development recently, you have most likely heard about single-page applications (SPA). One of the popular frameworks out there is called React. If you’re wondering how to get started with React, you’ve come to the right place.
One of the biggest crowd reactions during November 2017’s AWS re:INVENT conference was AWS CEO Andy Jassy’s announcement of Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS). Learn what Kubernetes is, some of its use cases, and where it fits in the cloud and DevOps landscape.
As we started putting Scrum into practice, we encountered shock and horror from outside the team about how much "overhead" was involved. What is perceived vs. actual reality of this "overhead"?
Following up on a previous blog post that discussed several key takeaways from the 23rd ACM SIGKDD Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDD 2017), this posts takes a deep dive into survival analysis including real-world examples and open source libraries available.
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